18 March 2021
A statue of Barbara Johns, whose efforts helped in the desegregation of the public school system, is set to replace a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in representing Virginia at the US Capitol.
12 February 2021
As a grade school student, Jeffery A. Szymanski ‘90 dreamed of joining the Aggie network. Today, he’s not only part of the Aggie network; he’s a leader within it.
9 February 2021
Professor Joseph Ura talks to The Conversation.
19 January 2021
A Texas A&M political scientist says the transfer of power from President Donald Trump to the Biden administration has been marked by a series of broken norms.
6 January 2021
Associate Professor Hyeran Jo was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for her project titled "Integrative International Interventions: Militant Violence and Human Security in Contemporary Conflicts."
8 December 2020
Lindsey Brenner ‘20 came to Aggieland her sophomore year in the hopes of pushing herself academically. She’s done just that while making lifelong friends in the process.
4 December 2020
Every year, the College of Liberal Arts Superior Service (CLASS) Awards Program recognizes individuals who provide outstanding service to the college and demonstrate leadership, ingenuity, job excellence, and support for diversity. Here are the winners for 2020.
1 December 2020
Elizabeth Alexander '01 makes history after being appointed to the first-ever all-female White House communications team for the Biden Administration.
17 November 2020
In a recent interview with Buzzfeed News Associate Professor, Michael T. Koch discusses how the pandemic has affected voting behavior in counties that were severely hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
2 November 2020
Professor Brittany N. Perry interviews with NPR in a new podcast discussing Texas voter ID laws and their possible effect on the 2020 election.